Not only did O’Dea, a relative moderate on abortion by GOP standards, sign the Prop 115 petition, his name was at the top of the page.
U.S. Senate candidate O’Dea has tried to stake out a middle ground on abortion, but Graham’s signal of a federal ban sends another message.
Republicans worry they might lose the Senate, or even the House, in post-Roe America. And then along comes Lindsey Graham to preview his plan.
Spending by groups like the NRSC and DSCC is typically a telltale sign that a race is competitive. So far, neither has invested much in the contest between Michael Bennet and Joe O’Dea.
In the biggest congressional news of late and very possibly the most important since Joe Biden took office, Sen. Joe Manchin has changed his position — yes, one more time — on Biden’s much-reduced, yet-still-all-important climate-change package. In a city where secrets are rarely held for long, Manchin’s announcement of yet another change of heart […]
State Rep. Ron Hanks and Joe O’Dea, a first-time candidate who owns a Denver construction company, are the two Republicans running in the June 28 primary for a chance to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet in November. The candidates have very different opinions on some key issues, including abortion, climate change and what Republicans’ […]
It seems like a dream. In response, at least in part, to the gut-wrenching murder of 19 children and two teachers in Uvalde, legislation has been proposed — and is actually expected to pass — that would place severe limitations on the guns most likely to be used in mass murders and also those most […]
On the darkest morning of winter, the sun rises across Colorado — depending on where you are — sometime between about 7:05 a.m. and 7:40 a.m. You roll out of bed, get dressed, make coffee or eat some breakfast. If you are like the average person in Denver, the sun is probably rising along with […]
Colorado Republicans’ path to unseating Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet could hinge on a slate of six upstart GOP candidates whose decision to try to use the unpredictable caucus and assembly process to get on the ballot is heaping volatility onto a race with national consequences. Because the candidates all lack name recognition, even within […]
By James Anderson and Sam Metz, The Associated Press On the eve of the 80th anniversary of the forced internment of 120,000 Japanese Americans at the onset of World War II, Republican U.S. Sen. Mike Lee of Utah is getting backlash for holding up the creation of a national historic site at a former internment […]